Issue #73: Adapting to a Forever Illness & How Bad do You Have to Hurt Before Being Taken Seriously? Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com

Saturday, 02 Sep 2017. Issue #73. In this issue: What you can do even if you don’t understand what someone else is going through. The problem with using depression as a diagnosis excuse. How bad do you have to hurt before you’re taken seriously? Learn how to share your truth in a way others can […]

September 2017 Linkup Party for People with Chronic Illnesses. Participate here! | www.achronicvoice.com

Hello and welcome to the second linkup party hosted on A Chronic Voice! If you missed out on the first party, you can still check out some interesting entries here. In addition to this, I have created another monthly book linkup as well. It’s a personal attempt to finish reading all the books on my […]

September 2017 Prompts: Resisting, Learning, Struggling, Supporting & Changing | www.achronicvoice.com

What will you be resisting, learning, struggling with, supporting and changing for the month? You’re free to interpret these keywords however you wish; here’s my own list! I hope you’ll join me here on this parallel journey that’s similar yet different in so many ways 🙂 *Note: This post contains affiliate links. It will not […]

5 Storytelling Tips: Why Should Your Readers Care About Your Story? | www.achronicvoice.com

*Note from A Chronic Voice: I came across Diana’s website and loved her writing style and tips. Diana strongly believes in the art of storytelling, and we’re honoured to have her share some fantastic tips here! It is my hope that we all learn a thing or two, such that we can share our stories […]

Issue #70: The Power and Purpose of Writing & a Beautiful Profession by a Caregiver. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com

Saturday, 12 August 2017. Issue #70. In this issue: When you speak up, you advocate for more than just yourself. How to make the most of your holiday with chronic illness. Working with pain and how to manage it. Looking deeper and seeing invisible illness. Happiness and pain can exist together. How reading gives us […]

Issue #67: Yearning to Give More as a Parent & 30 Mad Skills of Chronic Patients: Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com

Sunday, 23 Jul 2017. Issue #67. In this edition: Yearning to give more as a parent with chronic illness. Passing on the blogging inspiration. Identifying with ‘normal’. Climbing our mountains one baby step at a time. One patient’s quest to manage pain with alternative therapies. 30 mad skills you learn as a spoonie. Gentle exercises […]

*Currently looking to interview people with chronic diseases, especially if you live in Singapore or Asia! About This Blog A Chronic Voice is a health, wellness and chronic illness blog. I write most of the content here, but I welcome guest posts too. Do read some of the ‘Published’ posts, to get a feel of […]

Issue #62: Handmade Goods by Spoonies & a Sensible Voice on Pain Medications - Click to read or pin to save for later - A Chronic Voice

Saturday, 17 Jun 2017. Issue #62. In this edition: Dealing with the chronic illness cards we’ve been dealt with in life. Choosing to deal with and fight the pain of mental abuse after 22 years. Impossibility is merely a riddle. The frustration of proving her CRPS (chronic regional pain syndrome) is real. Our current mental […]

#100WritingDays Roundup 7: Click to read short stories on life and chronic illness, or pin to save them for later - A Chronic Voice

This week’s short stories: Stepping back to re-examine our lifestyles, as there are many methods to the art of living. An exploration on the ‘before’ and ‘after’ of one’s identity, after a life-changing crisis. A new life goal on disciplining the judgmental mind, to allow for more space, opportunity and peace to flourish within. 22: […]

#100WritingDays Roundup 6: Eternal Sunshine of a Pain-Free Life | Click to read or pin to save for later | www.achronicvoice.com

The act of house moving isn’t just a physical activity, but also a mental one. Examining the reasons for posting feel-good quotes on Instagram, when situations aren’t always positive. The big lessons on instinct a little bird can teach. Thoughts on the eternal search for happiness, despite thoughts of doom. 18: House moving: mental test […]